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Is it healthy to keep secrets from your partner?

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Healthy? No. Not for either party. Se gets can be like a festering infection.

No it's not at all


No its not healthy at all.


I'm seeking a serious long term relationship and more. Someone who is responsible, respectful, can take care of themselves, and who is employed.special to capture my heart and knows how to handle it with care, one who will cherish me and be willing to share life's greatest joys and sorrows.


No, even secrets to keep feelings from being hurt actually hurt feelings worse when they are discovered...but we all do it somewhat either consciecly or subconsciencly

No, I don't think secrets should be part of a relationship. Everything should be in the open and discussed/talked about. Secrets in my relationships tend to cause problems at a later date.

No, absolutely not.

No....pienso que no deben guardarse secretos. Aunque si he omitido contarte cosas, cuando pienso que podrían llegar a lastimar o a preocupar de manera innecesaria, por ser cosas intrascendentes

Healthy couples are willing to share their lives. This means opening up and being honest when it counts. I think there are some things that do not need to be shared immediately. As the relationship progresses there is enough of a bond that you should be able to trust your partner. I don't expect to know every single secret - but I would like to know my partner's weaknesses, insecurities, failures, desires, fears, goals, successes, etc. which sharing makes you vulnerable.


No never! Not even half truth

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